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Viaduct, Morlaix

Categories: Bridges, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
The Morlaix Viaduct is an impressive bridge built in 1861 for the railway route from Paris to Brest. It is 58 m (190 ft) high, with the railway on top and the pedestrian walkway on the lower level. You can still walk across the walkway today. The views from the bridge walkway are unforgettable. By using our Morlaix trip builder, you can arrange your visit to Viaduct and other attractions in Morlaix.
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  • The very well preserved viaduct spans the town of Morlaix and repeatedly enters the views during a walk. You can commit it from both sides, with a lot of steps to cope with. The view from the top is quite possible especially in clear weather.
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  • Ubiquitous in Morlaix, you have to cross it to discover the Valley. Attention, vertigos! Then, back to the Abbey, for even more height.
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  • It is definitely worth a stroll to investigate this magnificent piece of engineering from a bygone era. The small museum is also very informative with detailed models depicting the construction proces...  read more »
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